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Xue M, Shen G, Yu J, Zhang D, Lu Z, Wang B, et al.. Dynamic changes of α-hexachlorocyclohexane and its enantiomers in various tissues of Japanese Rabbits (Oyctolagus cuniculus) after oral or dermal exposure. Chemosphere. 2010 ;81(11):1486-91.
O'Connell SG, Kerkvliet NI, Carozza S, Rohlman D, Pennington J, Anderson KA. In vivo contaminant partitioning to silicone implants: Implications for use in biomonitoring and body burden. Environ Int. 2015 ;85:182-8.
Anderson KA, Seck D, Hobbie KA, Traore ANdiaye, McCartney MA, Ndaye A, et al.. Passive sampling devices enable capacity building and characterization of bioavailable pesticide along the Niger, Senegal and Bani Rivers of Africa. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2014 ;369(1639):20130110.
Vidi P-A, Anderson KA, Chen H, Anderson R, Salvador-Moreno N, Mora DC, et al.. Personal samplers of bioavailable pesticides integrated with a hair follicle assay of DNA damage to assess environmental exposures and their associated risks in children. Mutat Res. 2017 ;822:27-33.
Anderson KA, Points GL, Donald CE, Dixon HM, Scott RP, Wilson G, et al.. Preparation and performance features of wristband samplers and considerations for chemical exposure assessment. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. 2017 ;27(6):551-559.
O'Connell SG, Kincl L, Anderson KA. Silicone wristbands as personal passive samplers. Environ Sci Technol. 2014 ;48(6):3327-35.
Donald CE, Elie MR, Smith BW, Hoffman PD, Anderson KA. Transport stability of pesticides and PAHs sequestered in polyethylene passive sampling devices. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2016 ;23(12):12392-9.
Bergmann AJ, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA. Using passive sampling and zebrafish to identify developmental toxicants in complex mixtures. Environ Toxicol Chem. 2017 ;36(9):2290-2298.